Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola
Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola
Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola
Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola
Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola
Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola
Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola
Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola
Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola
Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola

Southern Red Cedar, Juniperus silicicola

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The Southern Red Cedar, Native Evergreen Tree

Southern Red Cedar, scientifically known as (Juniperus silicicola) is a native evergreen tree found primarily in the southeastern United States and belongs to the Cupressaceae family. The Southern Red Cedar is a medium-sized tree that can reach heights of up to 60 feet (18 meters) with a wide spread. It has a conical shape and dense foliage consisting of scale-like leaves. The bark is reddish-brown and exfoliates in long strips. This species thrives in a variety of habitats, including forests, woodlands, and open fields. It is adaptable to a range of soil conditions but prefers well-drained soils.

The Southern Red Cedar has numerous practical uses. Its wood is highly durable and resistant to decay, making it suitable for outdoor construction, including fence posts, decking, and siding. The wood also has a pleasant aroma and is commonly used for making cedar chests and closets.

Wildlife Habitat, The tree provides important habitat and food sources for various wildlife species. Birds, such as cedar waxwings and American robins, feed on the small blue-black berries produced by the tree. The dense foliage offers excellent cover and nesting sites for birds and mammals.

The Southern Red Cedar holds cultural significance for Native American tribes in the Southeast. It is often used in traditional ceremonies, crafts, and for medicinal purposes.
Like other trees, the Southern Red Cedar plays a crucial role in the environment. It helps prevent soil erosion, filters pollutants from the air, and provides shade and shelter for animals.

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Plant Hardiness Zones and Details

Grow Zones: 8-10
Growth Rate: Fast
Mature Height: 40-60 ft.
Mature Width: 20-25 ft.
Light: Full Sun
Form Pyramidal, columnar, oval
Foliage Ever Green
Uses Privacy screen, urban tolerant, bonsai, Christmas tree
Characteristics Makes a  great Christmas tree
Soil Conditions: Adaptable to most soils
Does Not Ship To: AZ 


• We believe in the power of plants to lift the spirit, calm the mind and clean the air

• Great as ground cover, narrow spaces, along fences and backyards under other plants

• Great choice to increase property value with a low maintenance evergreen

• Drought Tolerant and Resistant to ice, freezing conditions and Pest, Easily grown in a wide range of soils

Landscape uses for Southern Red Cedar Tree
• Single yard specimen
• Windbreak along the property line
• Privacy screen along property perimeter
• Lining a driveway along the entrance 

Care & Maintenance

Care Guide


  • Choose location with well-draining soil.
  • Dig hole twice the width and depth of root ball.
  • Place tree in hole, ensuring root ball is level with soil.
  • Fill hole with soil and gently press down.
  • Water thoroughly to settle soil around roots.


  • Easily grown in a range of soils, including clay, alkaline and compacted.
  • Prefers well-draining soils with pH between 6 and 7.
  • Avoid heavy clay or wet soils to prevent root rot.


  • Apply 2-3 inch layer of mulch around tree base.
  • Helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, regulate soil temperature.


  • Full sun, partial shade. 
  • Avoid planting in dense shade to prevent weak growth and disease.


  • Water deeply and regularly during first growing season, increase frequency during hot days.
  • Water established trees only during dry spells, reduce frequency once established.


  • Fertilize with balanced slow-release fertilizer once a year in spring.
  • Avoid excessive fertilizer to prevent weak growth and disease.


  • Prune in winter while tree is dormant.
  • Remove dead, diseased, or crossing branches for healthy structure.
  • Avoid pruning large branches to prevent stubs prone to disease and decay.
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